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Millionaire Peter Morgan killed escort over threesome video

A British business tycoon mercilessly killed his 25-year-old lover after discovering she was trying to blackmail him with footage of a threesome.

After police found CCTV footage of Peter Morgan moving the body, the millionaire admitted strangling Georgina Symonds before wrapping her body in black plastic and hiding it in a workshop behind his married home, reports The Sun.

And while the tycoon was taking less responsibility for the killing because of Asperger’s Syndrome, he was jailed for life on December 21, 2016.

Now a documentary broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK entitled My Lover, My Killer gives new insights into the motives of murderer Peter Morgan and the tragic death of his young lover.

Including interviews with Morgan’s brother Andy Morgan and forensic psychologist Dr. Jessica Taylor, the new show examines the real estate magnate’s state of mind as he carried out the attack.

Visibly troubled, Brother Andy opens up and admits, “I could just see that this was going to end in trouble.”

But what exactly drove the multimillionaire with his wife and two children to murder?

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From husband to playboy

For the first four decades of his life, Peter Morgan was a respected father, husband, and businessman in the South Wales community of Usk.

After marrying his childhood sweetheart and having two daughters, Morgan started a pre-made chicken hut business that became very successful.

In the late 2000s, Morgan sold the company, turning it into a multimillionaire overnight.

Armed with his new money and expanding his business into real estate, he threw himself into high-tech equipment, buying sports cars, helicopters, and even ex-military tanks.

And after selling his businesses and taking early retirement at 50, Morgan began indulging in major excesses.

After a trip to Amsterdam with friends, he started paying escorts for sex.

It was a breathtaking departure from his previous quiet life as a businessman in the countryside.

Brother Andy had always looked up to Morgan, but he felt he was acting selfishly in his new way of life.

He said, “We’re a pretty close family. My mother and father are very proud people who are very hardworking.

“I don’t think he is [Peter] wanted to hurt the family, he didn’t. But at the same time I think that he was stubborn and selfish. “

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Forensic psychologist Dr. Roberta Babb describes the radical change in Morgan’s life from committed father of two to 50-year-old playboy and suspects that Morgan is in a midlife crisis.

In 2011 he met Georgina Symonds.

Georgina, a former burlesque dancer in her twenties, had stepped into high-end company to lead a better life and make money for her daughter and her life with boyfriend Peter Deem.

Lively, creative, and ambitious, Georgina saw sex work as a series of transactional relationships and charged Morgan £ 150 for a kiss when they first met in December 2011.

But unlike other call girls Morgan had used, he was infatuated with Georgina.

When Morgan’s wife, Helen, was on vacation, millionaire Georgina paid £ 1,000 to stay at a windmill he renovated.

Soon Morgan grew tired of sharing georgina with other men.

Morgan has placed Georgina in a secluded bungalow on the grounds of a Pencoad Castle in Llanmartin Gwent and paid her £ 10,000 a month as a personal escort.

Brother Andy recalls: “It was different with Georgina. You could see that he was taken from her. “

To Morgan, the relationship seemed almost like a “boyfriend and girlfriend,” Attorney William Hughes told QC, but for Georgina the arrangement remained purely transactional.

Dr. Jess Taylor says, “The reality is, she’s paid to be there. Georgina is a commodity, it is a product, it is a service for Peter Morgan.

“He gives her a fixed amount of money for the things he wants, the behaviors he wants, the pictures, the sex, things like that.”

At first, the young mother divided her time between Morgan, whom she called “Rich Pete”, and her boyfriend and father of her child Peter Deem, whom she called “Poor Pete”.

But while “Rich Pete” showered the young mother with gifts, made car rides, helicopter flights and liposuction, “Poor Pete” found the arrangement more and more difficult.

In the process of Georgina’s murder, the grieving friend Alexy Butcher described how the father of Georgina’s child Peter Deem “couldn’t cope” with the new regulation.

Alexy said, “Rich Pete absolutely loved Georgia. He loved her and cared for her and wanted a future with her.

“But Georgia was only with him for his money. I don’t think she ever looked after him. “

As the pressure on Georgina’s relationship with the two Petes increased, she decided to leave Peter Deem to spend more time with “Rich” Peter Morgan.

Alexy added, “Even though she left Poor Pete for him, her intention has always been to take Rich Pete as best she can and then get back together with Poor Pete. That’s what it was about. “

Double tragedy

But a tragedy occurred when Peter Deem committed suicide months after breaking up with Georgina.

Her father had also died seven months earlier.

Disrupted by the tragic chain of events, Georgina turned to alcohol and class A drugs, blaming Peter Morgan for the death of her former partner.

When the couple’s relationship deteriorated, Peter Morgan installed a bugging device in Georgina’s bungalow to eavesdrop on their conversations.

His own marriage to his wife Helen had failed in April 2015 when she learned that he was bringing companions into their marriage home.

Helen, who had been married to Peter for 22 years, had previously known about Peter’s relationship with Georgina, but had tolerated it until then.

As of November 2015, Morgan listened to Georgina’s movements for up to two hours a day.

Defense attorney Patrick Harrington QC says, “What would he want a covert device for other than to find out if she can see other people?”

While listening to Georgina’s phone conversation in January 2016, two days before Morgan was discovered, Georgina had plans to leave him to continue her work with other men.

Tired of her lover Peter Morgan, the 25-year-old mother planned to take possession of the bungalow Morgan had kept her in.

The young mother planned to blackmail her lover with recordings of a joint threesome and threatened to send the clip to his wife and daughters if he did not give the documents to the house.

“You will pay for it”

Feared, Morgan bought string, gloves, polywrap and tape before driving to Georgina’s house on January 12, 2016.

Once there, Morgan offered Georgina the title deeds for the house she lived in and £ 1 million ($ 1.8 million) insurance in the event of his death in exchange for recordings of him and Georgina that have a threesome.

But the young woman refused.

Andy says he believes his brother “tried to win Georgina back” after their relationship deteriorated.

But when Georgina refused to give in and sat next to her on a sofa, Morgan reached out and strangled her with a homemade ligature.

Recalling the tragic events, Peter’s brother Andy Morgan said the young mother fought to the last breath and told Morgan “you will pay for it” as he strangled her.

Morgan wrapped Georgina’s body in plastic and duct tape before hiding it in a barn behind his family’s home.

But Morgan forgot his own installed CCTV cameras at Beech Hill Farm and was caught moving the body.

After Georgina’s friends and family alerted the police when she couldn’t pick up her daughter from school, Peter soon confessed and directed the police to her body.

“Driven too far”

Peter Morgan, charged with her murder, said he released the pressure on Georgina’s neck twice but strangled her when she refused to give in.

In court he told the jury: “I was just pushed too far.”

Dr. Taylor says, “Peter has almost shaped her into this doll that he can use, abuse, play with, and have total control of her when he finds that he is losing control of her.

“Because basically, somewhere deep down, he knows that the only control he has over this woman is the finances.

“So if she takes back financial control, what is left for him? He knows she won’t care about him. She won’t stay. “

Although Peter Morgan claimed reduced responsibility for Asperger’s Syndrome, he was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison at Newport Crown Court.

Following the verdict, the victim’s mother, Deborah Symonds, said: “My daughter’s death was a devastating tragedy for our entire family.

“Your beautiful daughter was left without a mother.

“Georgina has left a void in our lives that can never be repaired.

“All of our happy memories will stay in our hearts forever.

“We respect the jury’s decision and whatever is handed to Peter Morgan will never make up for our loss.”

This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced with permission

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